Horror Case Files: Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

Resident Evil: Afterlife

It is the 4th annual Horror Case Files! Wes Anderson comes back to the director’s chair after taking hiatus from the franchise since the first installment. After life follows the events of Alice and her clone friends from Extinction. Well, since the final film is coming out January 27, 2017, I figure I revisit the series.

Don’t know what Horror Case Files is? Every October there is a mini review on a horror movie every day of that month. It’s a great time waster at work and you might find some hidden gems, or avoid some hot messes. Horror Case Files reveal the background story, kill count, most creative kill, the killer(s), and what happened to the killer(s). WARNING! SPOILERS if you continue.


After attacking an Umbrella facility in Japan, Alice gets her powers taken away Wesker. With the clones dying from a self destruct explosion of the Umbrella base caused by Wesker, Alice ends up crashing the aircraft with Wesker in it. She travels to Alaska, and finds Claire.

Kill Count

57 people (roughly)
41 zombies (roughly)
1 Big monster
2 zombie dogs
10 Alice clones



Most Creative Kill

Headshot with a role of quarters

The Killer(s)

Albert Wesker an Umbrella Executive, took the T-virus and it is trying to take control over him. He eats humans to keep the T-virus at bay. Wesker believes that eating Alice will give him control over the T-virus.

What Happened to the Killer(s)

Arcadia the place everyone was looking for sanction, turns out to be a ship. The ship is a trap by Wesker so, he can get more human test subjects. Alice and her team eventually reach Arcadia. Alice subdues Wesker with a shotgun blast to the fast. While he tries to heal, Clair and her brother Chris shoot him multiple times. Wesker escapes on an aircraft which is blown up by Alice. Alice broadcasts to any survivors to come to Arcadia for shelter. It shows in the end that a brain washed Jill Valentine (Resident Evil 2) is leading Umbrella troops to attack Arcadia.


Horror Case Files Verdict
It should be called Resident Evil: Slow Motion. Slow motion is used way too much and gets tiresome. You can see the heavy Matrix influence during the fight scenes. I’m not going to talk about the plot, acting, or script because you should know what you are getting when watching a movie based on a video game. Unfortunately, this installment doesn’t know that and tries to take itself too seriously, especially with the slow motion pose shots. If you’re not a fan, you could probably pass on this.

Random Info I got from this File:
    • Makeup magical comes on during the next scene
    • Don’t trust high powered Executives
    • You can load a role of quarters in a shotgun
File Status: 6 out of 10
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Graphic designer by day, and movie blogger whenever I can. Been watching films in the 80s and never lost the love for it. Started Movie Case Files in 2012, and kept writing random reviews ever since. Besides movies, I like watching UFC, collecting retro video games, spending time with the wife, and bacon.

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